That Friday Feeling (312/365)

As per the last 200 days of this challenge I've reached the point where I can't write about a lot of the deep things I want to, so you're getting sarcastic Fatima for now. Why? You didn't ask, because it's a Friday and honestly as much as I do love Fridays, the fact that we … Continue reading That Friday Feeling (312/365)

Hating Your Job Is Too Normalised (311/365)

I'm not entirely sure how to write this one so it might be short, but the concept of adults hating their job is honestly too normalised and it worries me. Obviously I'm not naive enough to think everyones doing their dream jobs and to be perfectly honest, capitalism and the fear of being penniless leads … Continue reading Hating Your Job Is Too Normalised (311/365)

What Being a Procrastinator Taught Me (309/365)

You might have guessed it from the title but I was a huge procrastinator as a young student. I did everything last minute and lived life on the edge, I would wait until the day before or the morning of an exam to actually revise, and sometimes it worked out for me, other times it … Continue reading What Being a Procrastinator Taught Me (309/365)

This Blog Is Reminding Me That This Year Has Flown By (308/365)

It was only yesterday that we were all feeling that 'new year buzz' and wrote down loads of resolutions that we'd probably fail, or achieve if you planned it properly. Writing a blog post everyday and having the numbers in the title really has highlighted that we're in the last bit of 2019, less that … Continue reading This Blog Is Reminding Me That This Year Has Flown By (308/365)

What I Wish I Was Told As a Teenager (307/365)

When you're a teenage girl you're sort of told loads of contradicting things and are somehow supposed to come out of it as a healthy functioning adult. At mosque I was told I need to get married and have children I had many arguments saying this notion wasn't very Islamic as women aren't seen as … Continue reading What I Wish I Was Told As a Teenager (307/365)

My Experiences with Work Place Racism (305/365)

I don't actually know why I took so long to write this post, but in all honesty it refers a lot to my previous job (and the one before that) so maybe I was trying to be smart about it. As the title suggests this post will be about my personal experiences with work place … Continue reading My Experiences with Work Place Racism (305/365)

Always Trust Your Gut (301/365)

You ever get a weird feeling in the pit of your stomach when you meet someone, it's not the kind that would make you hate them or loathe their existence, but something that screams 'somethings's wrong'. When you have that feeling you have a choice to make: Trust your instincts and get away from this … Continue reading Always Trust Your Gut (301/365)